Orlando Salido (Siri) is a retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Mexico on November 16, 1978. Salido made his professional boxing debut at the age of 17 against Iván Cazarez on March 1, 1996. He is a former featherweight world champion. Salido turned 44 last month, on the 16th.
In a career spanning 21 years and 9 months, Orlando Salido fought 63 times with 44 wins, 14 losses, and 4 draws. By his last professional fight on December 9, 2017, Salido's record stood at 44-14-4 (31 KOs). In total, he fought 436 rounds of professional boxing in 63 bouts.
|Total Title Wins||4|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||4|
|Losses via KO||6|
|63||Dec 9, 2017||39||Miguel Román||Loss||TKO9|
|62||May 27, 2017||38||Aristides Pérez||Win||RTD7|
|61||Jun 4, 2016||37||Francisco Vargas||Draw||MD|
|60||Sep 12, 2015||36||Román Martínez||Draw||SD|
|59||Apr 11, 2015||36||Román Martínez||Loss||UD|
|58||Sep 20, 2014||35||Terdsak Kokietgym||Win||KO11|
|57||Mar 1, 2014||35||Vasyl Lomachenko||Win||SD|
|56||Oct 12, 2013||34||Orlando Cruz||Win||TKO7|
|55||Jan 19, 2013||34||Mikey Garcia||Loss||TD|
|54||Jul 28, 2012||33||Moises Gutierrez||Win||KO3|
|53||Mar 10, 2012||33||Juan Manuel López||Win||TKO10|
|52||Dec 17, 2011||33||Weng Haya||Win||TKO8|
|51||Jul 23, 2011||32||Kenichi Yamaguchi||Win||TKO11|
|50||Apr 16, 2011||32||Juan Manuel López||Win||TKO8|
|49||Sep 11, 2010||31||Yuriorkis Gamboa||Loss||UD|
|48||May 15, 2010||31||Cristóbal Cruz||Win||UD|
|47||Jul 31, 2009||30||Victor Rodriguez||Win||KO5|
|46||Jun 20, 2009||30||Leonardo Resendiz||Win||TKO3|
|45||Oct 23, 2008||29||Cristóbal Cruz||Loss||SD|
|44||Jun 13, 2008||29||Ernesto Aboyte||Win||DQ|
|43||Apr 26, 2008||29||Renan Acosta||Win||TKO4|
|42||Dec 14, 2007||29||Héctor Avila||Win||TKO6|
|41||Sep 14, 2007||28||Marty Robbins||Win||UD|
|40||Jul 14, 2007||28||Robinson Castellanos||Win||TKO2|
|39||Nov 4, 2006||27||Robert Guerrero||NC||UD|
|38||Aug 19, 2006||27||Franner Trinidad||Win||TKO1|
|37||Mar 18, 2006||27||Rogers Mtagwa||Win||TKO5|
|36||Oct 15, 2005||26||Leonardo Valdez||Win||TKO1|
|35||May 6, 2005||26||César Soto||Win||PTS|
|34||Sep 18, 2004||25||Juan Manuel Márquez||Loss||UD|
|33||Apr 2, 2004||25||Omar Adorno||Win||KO4|
|32||Oct 31, 2003||24||Alfred Kotey||Win||UD|
|31||Jul 11, 2003||24||Fred Neal||Win||TKO3|
|30||May 30, 2003||24||Radford Beasley||Win||TKO2|
|29||Feb 22, 2003||24||Armando Córdoba||Win||KO4|
|28||Dec 6, 2002||24||Jorge Monzón||Win||TKO4|
|27||Sep 6, 2002||23||Carlos Gerena||Win||MD|
|26||Mar 26, 2002||23||Juan Ruiz||Win||KO7|
|25||Mar 22, 2002||23||Lamont Pearson||Win||UD|
|24||Dec 2, 2001||23||Alejandro Martín González||Loss||MD|
|23||Nov 23, 2001||23||Regilio Tuur||Win||SD|
|22||Jul 8, 2001||22||Michael Jamison||Win||TKO1|
|21||Jun 15, 2001||22||Dustin Kim||Win||TKO5|
|20||May 18, 2001||22||Mark Burse||Draw||SD|
|19||Mar 23, 2001||22||William Abelyan||Loss||UD|
|18||Oct 27, 2000||21||Victor Manuel Mendoza||Win||KO5|
|17||Sep 16, 2000||21||Rubén Estanislao||Win||TKO9|
|16||Jul 14, 2000||21||Iván Feliciano||Win||KO4|
|15||Mar 31, 2000||21||Ivan Valle||Loss||KO4|
|14||Feb 18, 2000||21||Ricardo Ramírez||Win||KO3|
|13||Oct 9, 1998||19||Ramón Aragón||Win||PTS|
|12||Feb 13, 1998||19||José Luis Montes||Loss||KO7|
|11||Nov 12, 1997||18||Daniel Rodríguez||Loss||TKO8|
|10||Aug 29, 1997||18||Ernesto Medina||Win||TKO5|
|9||Jun 27, 1997||18||Lázaro Padilla||Draw||PTS|
|8||Apr 18, 1997||18||Ricardo Medina||Win||KO6|
|7||Jan 31, 1997||18||Héctor Guzmán||Loss||TKO3|
|6||Nov 22, 1996||18||Iván Cazarez||Loss||PTS|
|5||Oct 4, 1996||17||Ventura Mendivil||Win||PTS|
|4||Sep 20, 1996||17||Ricardo Medina||Win||PTS|
|3||Sep 2, 1996||17||Julio Alberto Leal||Win||PTS|
|2||Aug 17, 1996||17||Jesús Osorio||Win||TKO2|
|1||Mar 1, 1996||17||Iván Cazarez||Loss||TKO4|
Orlando Salido was active from from 1996 to 2017. He started boxing professionally at 17 years of age. Salido debuted against Iván Cazarez on March 1, 1996 and lost to Cazarez via 4th round TKO.
He had his first world title fight at the age of 25 on September 18, 2004 after 33 professional fights against Juan Manuel Márquez for the WBA (Super) and IBF titles. Salido lost to Márquez via 12 round unanimous decision.
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against fellow Mexican boxer Miguel Román on December 9, 2017. Salido lost the fight via 9th round TKO. It's been 4 years, 11 months, and 29 days since this fight.
Salido retired from professional boxing with a record of 44-14-4.
These three fights are the highlight of of Orlando Salido's boxing career.
A 31-year old Orlando Salido (34-10-2) had his first world title fight against Cristóbal Cruz for Cruz' IBF featherweight belt. Salido defeated Cristóbal Cruz via 12th round unanimous decision to win the IBF featherweight title.
A 32-year old Orlando Salido (35-11-2) faced Juan Manuel López, who was 27 years old and 30-0. Salido deafeated López via 8th round TKO to win the WBO featherweight title. He handed López the first loss of his career, and put an end to López' 30-fight win streak.
In a rematch, 33-year old Orlando Salido (38-11-2) faced Juan Manuel López, who was 28 years old and 31-1 in a featherweight title defense fight. Salido deafeated López via 10th round TKO to retain the WBO featherweight title.
Orlando Salido fought for world titles in nine fights and won four of them. In total, he won four belts at featherweight (IBF, WBO 3x).
Some of Salido's best wins were against Juan Manuel López, Robinson Castellanos, and Vasyl Lomachenko. Despite the loss, his performance against Juan Manuel Márquez is also among Salido's best.
Salido knocked out 31 of his 63 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 49.2%. Of his total 44 wins, 31 of them were via KO (70.5%).
Orlando Salido had a total of 14 losses in 63 fights — five of them in title bouts and nine in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss in his professional debut against Iván Cazarez via 4th round TKO. He has been stopped six times and lost eight times via decision.
Miguel Román, Román Martínez, Mikey Garcia, Yuriorkis Gamboa, and Cristóbal Cruz are some of the boxers who have beaten Salido. For more details about these defeats, refer to All of Orlando Salido's losses.